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Have the butcher debone the lamb for you.
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The time-consuming and tricky handwork alone involved in deboning the wings is well worth $7 for two.
Today, the fish usually is deboned, chopped and/or ground and mixed with matzo meal, onion, eggs and seasonings, then shaped into oval balls that are poached in fish stock before being eaten at room temperature or cold from the fridge.
Many seafood entrees are adorned with crab meat, such as the Flounder Imperial, a whole deboned flounder stuffed with crab — not crab salad, or any kind of bread stuffing, just pure lump crab meat.
The dakgalbi is seasoned and deboned chicken stir-fried with sliced rice cake, sweet potato, perilla leaves and cabbage.
At the seafood counter, fishmongers will cut and debone any piece of fish.
Need a new chainsaw, mattress, generator, retractable ratchet straps, pivot-lock ladder hunting stand, sofa and loveseat, drill set, or skinning and deboning knives?
For those opposed to large primal cuts of cow, consider the sea bream, which is cleverly deboned yet served whole with charred halves of lemon and orange that beg to be given a liberal squeeze.
In any case, your fish, whole or deboned, is grilled for eight minutes and served hot-pot style.
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Definition of debone for English Language Learners
: to remove the bones from (something)
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